Learning for your future with Skegness College

Take the first steps to a successful and exciting career with a further education course at Skegness College

Official Announcement – 11th May 2021

It is with regret that Skegness College of Vocational Training (SCVT) announce that as of 30th July 2021 they will cease operating.

We are greatly saddened that after 35 years we are having to make this decision and have been working hard to find an alternative solution but without success.

Information Advice Guidance (IAG) appointments are available for all current learners to support their moving on plans into further education, apprenticeships or employment options.

Learners that have been offered places for September 2021 will be contacted with details of alternative providers.

The Management would like to thank staff, learners, parents, guardians, employers and stakeholders for all their support over the past 35 years and wish you all every success in the future.


Skegness College 

of Vocational Training

Providing a high standard of education and training to meet demands of the modern world

Skegness College offers a broad range of full and part time courses to meet the needs of local learners in Skegness. Here at Skegness College we are committed to safeguarding all of our students from abuse and harm, and from the risks associated with technologies such as cyber-bullying. We have a designated safeguarding person in every centre who students can turn to for help and advice.


Changes to College Opening hours for learners

All information is subject to change pending government guidance. Information correct as of 5th Jan 2021

PPE / Masks / Visors MUST be worn and hand sanitiser used when entering College buildings.

BTEC  Exams WILL take place as follows

HOSPITALITY – Wednesday 6th January – 9am
CPLD – Thursday 7th January – 1pm
TRAVEL & TOURISM – Friday 8th January – 9am


All lessons from 5th January will be taught remotely until further notice and teachers/admin staff will be in contact with learners regularly during the week. EHCP learners will be contacted 1:1 by a college staff member to discuss available support.

Please let teachers/admin staff know if you / learners / household member has Covid symptoms or have tested positive during the week. 

College telephone numbers for further information:

Hair and Beauty Wilford Grove: 01754 610620
Study Programme Lumley Avenue: 01754 760628
Study Programme/Bursary Algitha Road: 01754 766611

Information, advice and guidance

We are always available to offer advice and guidance to current or prospective students.  Please feel free to contact us regarding a course or any other queries related to Skegness College.

Enrolment day Information

Thinking about studying at Skegness College? We hold enrolement days for all prospective students every year, please contact us for more details and to register your interest.

Support and funding resources

Depending on your current financial circumstances, you may be eligible for funding support to help you achieve your academic goals! Click here to see if you are eligible for funding support.

Providing students with the support and high standard of education and training expected in the modern world

Prior Learning Assessment

Evaluating the skills and knowlege acquired outside the classroom of potential students

Evening Classes

Offering adult evening sessions in GCSE English, Maths and Hairdressing

Study Programme

Our programmes are designed to give you the knowledge and skills you need to progress

City And Guilds Accredited

A globally recognised benchmark of quality for bespoke training programmes

Pearson Accredited

Quality assurance is essential to maintain the integrity and value of our qualifications

Career Opportunities

Providing support and guidance to help secure employment in your chosen career



Skegness College is a GOOD provider because:

  • Teachers have a good level of expertise and up-to-date industry knowledge that they use to provide clear explanations of concepts and to assess learners’ practical work accurately.
  • Teachers use their industry expertise well to support learners to make decisions on their next steps and to provide impartial careers guidance. Learners rightly value their teachers’ advice when they apply for jobs or further educational courses.

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